Volantex Ranger BIG Airplane Drone Flight Test Review
This BIG RC airplane has plenty of payload space, and lifting power for that payload. Should make a great long distance FPV explorer airplane. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~bfd1
– Relatively inexpensive for a large ARF 4 channel airplane. Comes with all equipment needed to fly.
– Fairly gentle flier once trimmed.
– Good flight time.
– Large brushless motor with plenty of power.
– Plenty of lifting power for just about any payload. Also plenty of internal space for installation of auxiliary equipment, such as FPV components.
– Should be easy to maintain line of sight due to its size, even at great distances.
– Partially assembled, but still needs some additional assembly. Instructions are incomplete, particularly regarding wiring of the servos.
– Requires FAA registration.
Brand name: Volantex
Item name: Ranger 757 – 4 Airplane
Flying weight (without battery) : 750g
Transmitter: Mode 2
Motor size: 2212 / 1400KV powerful out runner brushless motor
ESC: 30A brushless ESC
Servo: 9 gram servo (4pcs included)
Recommended battery: 11.1V 2200mAh Li-Po
Experience level: From beginners to expert (but really, beginners should be assisted with a more experienced flier)
Recommended environment: Outdoor
Novice 4 Channel RTF Version: Glider + 2212KV 1400 Motor + 30A Brushless ESC + 4 x Servos + 11.1V 2200 mAh battery + 1 x Simple balance charger + 1 x RIC four-channel remote control set + 1 x Novice training simulator set
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